Indonesian TPRS

An award was won by Catherine Elliot (Bu Cathy). In this article she connects her success to TPRS:
www.victorharbortimes.com.au/story/3564600/port-elliot-indonesian-teacher-celebrated/?cs=1537#slide=1
There are now two dynamic elementary school TPRS teaching groups of three teachers each – one in Chicago and one in Australia. And we should mention Catherina Greenberg’s contribution to this, as Cathy’s mentor (New Jersey/Australia) over the past year or so.
Congratulations to you and your team, Cathy!

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6 thoughts on “Indonesian TPRS”

  1. Thank you Ben for sharing this. Bu Cathy might have been the very first teacher to introduce TPRS in Australia? Certainly with little kids. How wonderful to be recognized and awarded for all the hard work! Bravo Cathy! Have a peaceful vacation (as it is summer break in Australia!).

  2. Thank you so much. I honestly couldn’t have come this far without the encouragement and support I have recieved through this PLC. Thankyou Ben too for aknowledging our mentor, Catharina. Being able to communicate via email and skype with an experienced and encouraging early years TCI practitioner has been immeasurable. We salute you Catharina and are looking forward to our next skype conversation.

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